It’s very safe and is great for kids. The big boat leaves at 5 pm and comes back around 8 pm. Total catch and release. I went on with 17 family members and we had a blast. They chum an area around the tip of the Cape. Generally, there is no more than about 25 people on the boat – plenty of room.
It’s neat because it’s enough of a fishing feeling for younger kids that can’t go out for a whole day. It only takes 30-45 minutes to get out and it’s a 60-ft boat. You put your hook in the water. You can catch a 2-ft shark and then have your picture taken with him. I caught an 8-ft tiger shark. The shark gives kids of all ages a thrill because he’s a predator. And it gives them an opportunity to catch something more often than not. Sharks give a good fight, too. Everyone needs to feel that feeling themselves. So much excitement!
The trip is a fishing environment on limited time and it’s generally a beautiful evening, too. Families can do other things during the day. It’s an easy adventure to fit into a day.
Want to get a taste of an off-shore fishing trip? But, bring the whole family along? Adventure Guide Gary recommends a shark-fishing trip on the Fish’N Xpress – and he can help you book it!
Updated: Dec 08, 2017 0:04
Published: Jul 01, 2015 20:09